Utilities Direct Ltd is a wirS accredited auto-lay (SLO) organisation. The Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS) is recognised by all water companies and Water UK. As part of the general amendments to the Water Management Act 1991, which introduces legislation on adoption agreements, water companies are invited to publish their design and construction specifications before they are implemented in January 2021. This document was created to help practitioners design, build, build and commission a self-laid main tube and service. UDL establishes service lines according to the customer`s requirements and provides the water company with all the details of each connection, including the postal address and meter details (if any). All water meters are provided by STW and delivered to an agreed location and paid for either by the developer or by SLO within 3 business days of receiving Form 5. The costs charged by Anglian Water to some developers for the Wing Main were taken into account either as part of a requirement fee or a self-recovery fee, as noted above. As part of WIRS, Lloyd`s Register conducts technical evaluations of UDL`s service delivery, which allows us to be accredited for work that is subject to compensatory measures related to the installation of water infrastructure. There is a standard registration fee for a new water main found in Severn Trent Water`s (STW) current development load booklet on our site. UDL transmits the liaison services in accordance with the self-taxation of the water company. The water company or the UDL inspect the service lines to ensure they comply with water supply requirements (robinets).
The process is coordinated by our office manager and team. Housing developers have used our fully managed self-lay service in a sovereign manner, from networked installation to service lines to final delivery to the established water management authority. Under the water rules for adoption, which are due to enter the world on 1 January 2021, water companies are required to publish their local practices in the event of a departure from standard practice. There is no standard cost for installing a new water main, as the costs are site-specific and depend on the developer`s decision to install the new STW water main, known as the requirement, or whether it is set up by an auto-lay organization (SLO) known as Self Lay. Once the proposed new water system is approved and approved, STW will be able to indicate to the applicant site-specific costs in our letter of offer. A Form 2 is a notification to start building a new water line. An SLO must complete this notification and send it to STW to tell us when it will begin construction on site. This notification must be sent to STW 15 days before work begins. As part of an ongoing process to introduce competition into the water services market, Lloyd`s Register operates the Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS) on behalf of water suppliers.